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Casting calls in Chicago

This could be your 15 minutes of fame.

The following is a list of reality TV shows scheduled to hold casting calls in the Chicago area and movies, TV shows, music videos and commercials looking to cast extras and speaking roles here. This list is updated every week, so make sure to bookmark this page. Also, check out our 10 tips on how to become an extra.

(NOTE: I have nothing to do with casting, so please don't send me your headshots.)

CBS'S "BIG BROTHER"

U.S. citizens 21 and older willing to live in a house with and compete against strangers for as long as three months. Casting call is April 11 at Block 37. Details

NBC'S "FOOD FIGHTERS"

Home cooks 9 and older and professional chefs for cooking competition reality show. Casting call is March 21 at III Forks. Details

UNIVISION'S "LA BANDA"

Aspiring male singers over 14 years old interested in auditioning for Simon Cowell's Latin boy band. Casting call is April 4 at Courtyard Marriott Chicago hotel. Details

NBC'S "CHICAGO FIRE"

"Tough looking" Eastern European mean for Marh 25. Details

NBC'S "CHICAGO PD"

"Tourist type" car owners for scene in Millennium Park March 19 and female dancers to play dance troupe rehearsing in Millennium Park March 20. Details

ABC'S "RUNNER"

Extras, preferably car owners. Details

NBC'S "LOVE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD"

Caucasian males and females in their 20s to 60s for hotel scene March 20. Details

Real male waiters for New York restaurant scene March 19. Details

"Upscale" males and females in their 20s through 50s for New York bar scene March 19. Details

African-American males and females 18-70 years old for wedding scene March 25. Details

African-American males and females in their 40s to play "wealthy" couple. Details

Hispanic male in his 40s to play love interest in pool scene. Details

Female, 16, to play girlfriend. Details

Teens to play students on or around March 23. Details

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